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with the other? bad timing, london hosting a marathon this weekend. big bond rating house also looking to down grailed the united states, downgrading britain's triple a rating . only a half country in the world having threase ratingings. fitch said the ability for england to reconcile the mess it is downgraded . we'll keep you postod that and security efforts ahead of the marathon in lond lond this weekend. james is a national security expert. james, what do you think they are doing to avoid a boston incident? >> number one thing that is to their advantage, in the united states see something and say something. that will be out in spade in the london . everyone watching that event will be aware of their surrounding that will make it difficult to do something like you saw in boston. >> londoners are hardly immune to terror. they are used to it. going back to the ira bombingings a few years ago and the train attacks in london not too long after 9/11. they have a heightened sense of urgeency . who do they have to do now? anything different or look more at the packages? >> well, the british and the
whenever they bump bumped into them. >> as they should. that was an inkrenl effort. >> london's marathon is happening this morning. more than 35,000 people will pass some of the world's most famous landmarks. >> runners honored a moment of silence for the victims. they wore black ribbons in their honor as well. here's a clip of that from the bbc. >> our senior international correspondent matthew chance is live near the tower bridge in london this morning. let's talk about all the extra security. what's being done to ensure the safety of the hundreds of thousands of people out today? >> reporter: quite a lot according to the police force in lond london. they say they have stepped up the number of uniformed patrol officers by 40% compared to last year. but i have to say, you're not seeing a lot of police in uniform along the streets here in central london with the tens of thousands of runners running through the track right here. and the hundreds of thousands of spectators that have come out to show their support. but the police also say they haven't received any information about increase
gained $7 to $173 a share. >> things got a whole lot worse today for scott london, the former kpmg executive, accused of giving out inside information about big california-based companies his firm audited. and got worse too for his stock trader friend that benefited from the proprietary information. jane wells on how the dirty deals went down and the civil and criminal charges both men face. >> "insider training like counting cards in vegas." that spoken to a country club friend who was reporting on and recording information london was ascending to him in what the fbi said was a huge insider trading scandal involving five companies this photo shows london accepting 5 grand from jeweler brian shaw, which london allegedly believed was his cut for profits made on a tip on decker's outdoors which sells uggs. it made shaw more than a million dollars in illegal profits before the fbi confronted him and he agreed to work with authorities. london faces five years in prison and hefty fines, if convicted. despite what is assumed to be a nice income. london accepted a total of 50 grand in cas
, london breed, scott wiener and john avalos. i would like to thank the members of sfgvtv as well as the clerk of the committee, victor young. do we have announcements? >> the clerk: please silence all cell phones and electronic devices. copies should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon will appear on the april 9 board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> chair farrell: thank you very much. mr. clerk, can you please call item one. >> the clerk: 1. hearing to review the impact of illegal manipulation of the london inter-bank offered rate on san francisco's finances; to explore options to recover any losses; and to review any interest rate swaps or other financial instruments the city is engaged in that may have excessive interest rates or fees that should be renegotiated. >> chair farrell: thank you very much, mr. clerk. this hearing was called for by supervisor john avalos and cosponsored by supervisor campos. so i will turn it over to supervisor avalos. >> supervisor avalos: thank you, mr. chair, thank you for hearing this item. colleagues, this is an item i
or video recordings. amid tight security, london prepares for the funeral of margaret thatcher. but first, there is still one last stop at westminster. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. we will go to the end of the earth to identify those responsible for this despicable crime. that was the promise today from the fbi agent in charge of the boston bombings. but a day later, we still do not know who carried out these attacks or why. the white house has just announced that president obama will travel to boston for an interstate service on thursday. laura joins us from a city still in shock. >> yes, cathy, a very somber city. as you just heard in the update from fbi officials in boston, someone knows who did this. they said they are appealing to the public for clues. we also have an update on the forensic examination of the site where the bomb went off. it seems the bomb was contained in a pressure cooker and carried in a black nylon backpack. at the moment, no more questions have been answered. my colleague has this report. >> runners were struggling
. amid tight security, london prepares for the funeral of margaret thatcher. but first, there is still one last stop at westminster. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. we will go to the end of the earth to identify those responsible for this despicable crime. that was the promise today from the fbi agent in charge of the boston bombings. but a day later, we still do not know who carried out these attacks or why. the white house has just announced that president obama will travel to boston for an interstate service on thursday. laura joins us from a city still in shock. >> yes, cathy, a very somber city. as you just heard in the update from fbi officials in boston, someone knows who did this. they said they are appealing to the public for clues. we also have an update on the forensic examination of the site where the bomb went off. it seems the bomb was contained in a pressure cooker and carried in a black nylon backpack. at the moment, no more questions have been answered. my colleague has this report. >> runners were struggling to the finish l
london was charged officially with insider trading today after he admitted to passing on information about his corporate clients to a friend, brian shaw. the sec alleges brian shaw made more than $1.2 million in illicit profits from confidential information from herbalife, skechers and revealed today, deckers outdoor provided by mr. london. i spoke with brian shaw's attorney earlier today in a first on fox business interview. >> their relationship started on a golf course several years before in 2010. started casually enough but over time they became very good personal friends. in about 2010, mr. london shared with mr. shaw nonpublic material information on a number of stocks that mr. shaw traded on. soon thereafter, mr. shaw gave mr. london a portion of the, took profits that he made. liz: okay and then it went on and on and suddenly your client found that his trading account was frozen. was this a fidelity account as i have heard? >> yes, it was. in the summer of 2012, mr. shaw found out his fidelity account had been suspended. later that year, he got an sec subpoena. at that momen
] >> the the shop of london and the archbishop beside the queen. watching the coffin be placed in the hearse. in affect the funeral is now over. [bells ringing] [applause] [bells ringing] >> having arrived here, the coffin is driven away in the hearse. we are just watching as it goes back down, down the hill and in a way towards chelsea. [bells ringing] >> the lord, mayor of london, on the right there. the city of london being very jealous this is their part of the city. a conversation with the queen and the thatcher family. and watching all that with me here, and peter hennessy, professor of contemporary history. a big contemporary event. as we are watching these pictures, what would you say, peter, about the events? >> it brings out the right of passage of ceremony, the choreography, and the music. we do seem to be natural when it comes to this. it is a great right of passage where everyone stood as an individual. this is an extraordinary event. as the same way she now passes into the hands of historians. it's intriguing to speculate how the long view of history will regard her. the queen,
in london -- london has two activities coming up right around the corner, the funeral for lady thatcher and the london marathon. i saw comments from home secretary john read this morning were on the mark, a new way of reviewing arrangements. you gather information from things happening a week ago, two days ago. >> realistically, what can we do in democratic societies to ensure the soft targets are safe? it is remarkable that there has not been an attack a and in the u.s. on a soft target since 9/11. that is extraordinary. >> on the 9/11 commission we were very aware and sensitive about overseas attacks from al qaeda or a domestic group. first, it is trying to make sure the resources are allocated right. secondly, it is to get unity of command and unity of effort. thirdly, it is to tell the fbi that they cannot just be concerned about criminal justice and law enforcement. they have to prioritize national security. fourth, they have to be proactive in disrupting plots. fifth, we need new technology. we are seeing cameras and local communities, sensors. we will probably seek a fierce debat
on set. he's at margaret thatcher's funeral. we'll have coverage leading up to that 11:00 here in london. in the meantime, we are keeping an eye on the markets. we want to draw your attention to moves that we're seeing now. german market down 4.3%. we see the ftse down in a range of half to three-quarters of 1% and a session started strongly this morning following the rebound we did see in wall street and asian markets as well holding up reasonably firm today. so just going to take a look now across the board at some of the weakness that we're seeing. europe stocks dropping 0.6 of 1%. this follows a session in which we have seen japanese stocks do okay. nikkei up better than 1% today. kospi in the green. only red across asia -- this is a european move. we'll continue to follow it for you this morning keeping an eye on those levels and also coming up on the program today, japan's consumer confidence did jump to a fresh six-year high. we'll get you live reaction from tokyo in a moment. and we'll take a closer look at the nature of the attacks at the boston marathon. >>> also after reportin
london to pay him for the secrets that he basically jeopardized his life by giving away confidential information. also coming up, tiger woods has come roaring back in 2013, after a long drought of boeingis in his life, both on and off the course. why that means big money to more people than just tiger. brian shactman live from augusta, yes, it's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it. we're going to take you there. stay with us. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morn 24 hours. zero heartburn. >>> welcome back. we are going to head out now to a very high-end scene of the crime, the kpmg insider trading crime. jane wells is right now live at the north ranch country club, where former kpmg partner scott london provided inside information to his client, brian shaw. jane? >> reporter: maria, it wasn't his client, it was his good friend. how close w
our viewers and in it it shows your client's handing accountant and partner scott london and envelope of cash. tell us what is happening, which one is your client? >> my client is in the faded out part on the right and is handing mr. london and envelope with $5000 worth of cash in it. that's cash in exchange for information he had provided concerning the transaction. it was going to be the earnings report dealing with the transaction in february of 2013. liz: your client, was your client buying it, long or short? >> he was going to be long. he didn't go through with the transaction because he was working with the fbi at the time tbut telephone calls leading up to it were clear he was going to go along based on guidance he has received a head of the guidance being given to the marketplace. liz: regarding the outdoors, the two spoke ahead of the earnings release, of course a client. during a recorded phone call, he said he releases it is not great, they beat their numbers slightly. said he would speak with a chief financial officer and would find out if his plan was to raise guidance. w
. an and a boston marathon champion eow in london with a message of resilience as she gets ready for her next marathon tomorrow. >> you can't live your life in fear. i mean, anything could happen anywhere. re captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. "we are boston, we are strong, we are boston strong"-- that was the message of an emotional ceremony at fenway park before the boston red sox game this afternoon and the feeling throughout the city after the capture of dzhokar tsarnaev, suspect number two, in the boston marathon bombing. here's the latest. tsarnaev is in serious condition in the hospital, under heavy tard. he is unable to talk to investigators, we are told. no charges have been filed yet. s bombing victims are still in hospitals, six are critical. 12 victims are at beth israel, where tsarnaev is also being treated. we have team coverage tonight, beginning with dean reynolds. >> reporter: when a watertown neighbor saw someone bleeding in his backyard boat last night, he called the cops. and when a state police helicopter
ribbons and lots of police. the london marathon is going ahead tomorrow just six days after the boston tragedy. we're going to go live to the british capital to find out what's being done to keep the runners and spectators safe. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. man: how did i get here? dumb luck? or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. ready to plan for your family's future? we'll help you get there. >> it really is hard to believe that just days ago the world got its first look at the tsarnaev brothers in fbi photos. >> they were identified as suspect 1 and suspect 2 and now we know their names but what we don't know yet is why they allegedly carried out an attack that simply stunned the world. >> today the city of boston, the city of cambridge and the city of watertown and many other
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big did l year, with the london whale trades. and they are squarely under the microscope right now. so, it will be interesting to hear what they say tomorrow, as far as what their reserves are for legal issues and what their outlook is for regulatory climate going forward. >> okay. so, is that going to impact legislation, other legislation, is that going to impact the earnings prospects for these companies? >> well, the volcker rule is still under construction, and it will likely impact the capital markets activities for jpmorgan chase and citigroup and bank of america. and what happened last year with jpmorgan chase will certainly make the volcker rule a little bit harsher. >> i see. david, what about you. do you worry about the regulatory environment? >> always. it's well meaning, but it goes too far. it always does. it has for, whether it's the last three years, maria, or the last 30 years. regulatory efforts go too far. they restrict the banks. they do more harm than they do good. i think it's a hindrance and it reduces their return on tangible equity, that, i think, is still a
for the next big international event. the london marathon. and that's this sunday. for more we go to our own martin bashir who's in london this week covering the funeral of former prime minister margaret thatcher. so martin, have you noticed an increased security presence in and around london because of yesterday's attacks? >> well, thomas, this week has already been marked by heightened security due to baroness thatcher's funeral service tomorrow morning and london marathon this coming sunday. 4,000 police officers will be working in london tomorrow. many of the major roads into the city will be closed from early in the morning. and even before the horrific events in boston, the british government had actually set the terrorism threat level here at substantial which means that a terrorist attack is regarded as a strong possibility. it's also worth noting that for a nation that doesn't normally arm its police officers, there are plenty of armed law enforcement at strategic positions right throughout the city in preparation, as i say, for tomorrow's ceremony. in terms of tomorrow's funeral se
're watching al jazeera live from london. coming up on the program, marching. rescue workers in china take aid to the worst of areas. india continues to reel after a shocking child attack. a moment of reflection, london's marathon runners remember boston. thank you for joining us trade the syrian government stands accused of executing more than 80 people -- us. the syrian government stands accused of executing more than 80 people. it comes as a leader of the opposition resigns from his post yet again. activists are calling it a massacre. they accuse government troops of killing dozens of people in jdeydet al-fadel grade reports are that government soldiers took control of the town -- jdeydet al-fadel. reports are that government soldiers took control of the town. one group says 80 people were killed. others suggest that number could be much higher. theyamascus rebels say have hit military buildings with mortars. -- to medically, -- diplomatically, the friends of syria meeting is over. the u.s. secretary of state john kerry has pledged more nonlethal aid. >> the united states, in fulfillment of
. >> protecting critical u.s. infrastructure from cyber attacks, monday night on "the communicators." >> in london on wednesday, thousands gathered at st. paul's cathedral for the funeral service for former british prime minister margaret thatcher. queen elizabeth the second, former british prime ministers tony blair and gordon brown and former vice president dick cheney attended. posted's david dimbleby verage. is is o it is 11:00 among the congregation won't stand. .- will stand many services have been performed here in st. paul's cathedral. ♪ ♪ they are directly under the dome of st. paul's cathedral. the service begins with the reverend david - of st. paul's cathedral. >> we come to this cathedral ,oday to remember before god margaret ~ thatcher. to give thanks for her life and work and commend her into god's hands. he recalled with great gratitude her leadership of this nation. her courage. her steadfastness. and her resolve to accomplish what she believed to be right for the common good. we remember the values by which she lived. the ideals she embraced. , herignity, her diligence court
to their illness. they should fight every second. >> jeff: an marathon runners in london paying tribute to boston, kelly cobiella is at the finish line. >> this is the "cbs evening news". >> jeff: good evening, everyone. i'm jeff glor. nearly a week after the boston marathon bombings we are getting a better picture tonight of the final confrontation and of the investigation's course. here is the latest. suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev is now listed in critical but stable condition, unable to speak. 53 bombing victims remain in the hospital, including four people critically injured, terrell brown in boston and begins our coverage. >> reporter: in this newly released police helicopter video you can see the final minutes of friday's day long pursuit of zokar tsarnaev, his body highlighted by thermal heat imaging. soon after police surrounded him hiding in a boat in a watertown resident's backyard, they sent in a robot to check for explosives but there were none. as officers approached the boat, boston police commissioner ed davis says tsarnaev started shooting. >> no one was struck there but there was gu
. take us to our leaders, please. >> hi, everybody, london breed representing district five and i'm so happy to be here today. we are here doing what san franciscans do best. we are improvising. we made what? actually we made soup out of out of lemonade. i want everyone to remember that back then san francisco was pretty dark. i know some remember that. we have an incredible fire department. the fire department and police department are the strongest safety units anywhere and i know in any situation we can get through it because we are san franciscans. my colleague president david chiu. >> good morning san franciscans. i can't believe you were here in 1906. i would like to welcome you. we know in 1906 this was ground zero. i want to thank all of you and want to thank our men and women in uniform from our fire department and police department who have sacrificed over the years and been part of our early response system. when the alarm woke me up this morning, i didn't know exactly what was going on and i think that is appropriate because when the earthquake happens there is a great dea
i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian women, but not quite sure that i ever m
from london. >> reporter: thatcher became britain's first female prime minister in 1979. she led the country for 11 years. she cut taxes and privatized state run corporations. she relaxed financial regulations and fought labor unions. current british prime minister david cameron praised her achievements. >> real thing about margaret thatcher is that she didn't just lead our country, she saved our country. and i believe she'll go down as the greatest british peacetime prime minister. >> reporter: thatcher was in power when argentina invaded the falkland islands in 1982. she responded by sending a military task force. they retook the islands after 74 days of fighting. she worked with u.s. president ronald reagan to help end the cold war. >> she never changed her mind. and that was really important. that you stick to a policy, rightly or wrongly. >> when she forced through and got the changes done. and her legacy lives on today. >> reporter: her policies were divisive. all agreed she changed the political landscape of britain. of margaret thatcher will be remembered as one of the 20
, live in london. good morning. >> good morning. needless to say, the papers across europe are full of this story today. on the front page of "the irish times," you can see a picture of the immediate aftermath. also, a spanish newspaper has a man being treated. and the british papers, too. lines such as carnage at the marathon. attention is also turning to the london marathon, due to take place here this sunday. now, a government minister has said the best way to show solidarity with boston is for the marathon to go ahead as planned. however, security is being reviewed. the organizers say they cannot afford to be complacent. like boston, hundreds of thousands of people turn out to line the route. it's a big family day out. the route passes all london's major landmarks. there are, not to mention, 36,000 runners who take place. the terrorist risk of an attack in london is already classified as substantial. but officials point to their success, keeping the olympics last summer, safe. >> live in london. this is "first look" on msnbc. don't go anywhere. a special edition of "way too earl
. it went to london where the u.n. met for the first time. it went to mack gnaw island where the nation's governors had their conference in 1945. it went to new york which became the base of operations for the site-searching teams who would determine the outcome. it went to potential sites, um, especially in the northeast and including philadelphia. and while civic boosters were running their own race to win a prize that no one had announced, the world's diplomats were on their own parallel track, a more deliberative course of determining whether the balance of power would lie in europe or in the united states, of trying to get an international organization off the ground and of dealing with the very serious issues of transitioning from war to peace all the while with the american civic boosters nipping at hair heels. their heels. now, there are, i think, some serious, substantial lessons to learn from all of in this. it's about the ways that local, national and global identities are formed, it's about the ways that ideas and time and space change as communications technology changes, a
, scott london just left court with his attorney harlon braun. he had no comment for us. we do have sketches inside the courtroom where he had made a brief appearance before the judge where he will be posting $150,000 bond. in the face of charges that could land him five years in prison on insider trading. his attorney harlon braun tells us when his client next meet in court may 17th will plead guilty. they should avoid a try. we have a photo of london accepting allegedly cash from his friend bryan shaw in exchange for inside information he gave in this particular case on deckers outdoors but this case involves several companies. at least five companies, and over the course of that it is alleged that shaw, the friend, profited illegally $1.27 million worth before the fbi confronted him, and he started working for the fbi to sting london. now, one of thenter things, larry, is that scott london did not know that bryan shaw had made that much money. he he, scott london, believes he only made about $35,000 in illegal profits and kickbacks from shaw on his gains. $1.27 million. when i as
been digging into the criminal complaint against scott london and is joining us from west lake village, california, this evening. good evening, jane. >> reporter: hi, larry. so many unanswered questions. why could scott london do things that friends and golfing buddies here at the country club say is so out of character for him. why would he do it for so little money? and will the ex-friend that he allegedly tipped off, brian shaw, ever be charged? lawyers today are telling me they don't have an update on that front. but when we went to shaw's house, which is inside the exclusive debated community today here, a man answered the intercom saying all information would have to come from shaw's lawyer. we talked in the mississippi about the fbi recordings allegedly revealing how london counseled shaw to avoid detection, but as log kon's own attorney told me when the feds catch you taking kickbacks, bags of cash as they allege london is doing in this photo, that's when they've got you. but brian shaw said scott london was being too generous in his kickbacks if the auditor still took them. we
1. hearing to review the impact of illegal manipulation of the london inter-bank offered rate on san francisco's finances; to explore options to recover any losses; and to review any interest rate swaps or other financial instruments the city is engaged in that may have excessive interest rates or fees that should be renegotiated. >> chair farrell: thank you very much, mr. clerk. this hearing was called for by supervisor john avalos and cosponsored by supervisor campos. so i will turn it over to supervisor avalos. >> supervisor avalos: thank you, mr. chair, thank you for hearing this item. colleagues, this is an item i brought forward a couple of months ago, looking at the real manipulation that had occurred under the london interbank offered rate. the lie board scandal and what the impact is to san francisco. clearly, we know that there has been real cases of manipulation and scandal and fraud under the liebore scandal and we want to make sure we're doing everything we can locally to try and recover any losses we've had in san francisco. and this hearing is to explore what th
to that insider trading scandal now. >> today, london, was caught in an fbi sting allegedly passing inside information. two friends, there were an la times report that a sting happened. you know, his linked in profile actually still lists him as working for kp and g. who was he meeting with? who was that friend? according to brian shaw, it was him. brian shaw who owns a jewelry store inside this building in the heart of the valley. the security guard telling us they will be gone until monday. he was concerned that his friend's jewelry business was hurting. >> his life is ruined. he has lost his career. he may have to do some jail time. that's the best case scenario. it's a very grim reminder of anyone who wants to leak insider information. >> all right. now that friend, i just spoke with his attorney on the phone. shaw says he received non-public information. he then profited for. and he said i cannot begin to apologize for my incredibly stupid actions. shaw says he has been cooperating with the feds for months. we have only heard of herbalife and sketchers. la prosecutors hope to file cha
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and the will to persevere. we'll introduce you to a man who crossed the finish line of the london finish line after a week beginning the journey at the starting line in boston. >>> then this his boat was his hobby and passion until it became the scene of the shootout that ended boston's terror. now americans rally to replace the beloved boat of a man who helped take down the city's most wanted man. it is monday, april 22nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good morning, everybody. the peopboleston are likely waking up this morning with a sense of relief and a welcome return to their routines. >> that'right. we'll have the very latest on the investigation and update on the survivors. >> first, new details this morning about what led to the capture of dzhokhar tsarnaev. fbi negotiators tried for 20, 25 minutes to convince tsarnaev to give himself up. there was a verbal exchange between both sides. >> eventually, tsarnaev fell out of boat and was captured. he is now under guard in the hospital. with more on this investigation, we are joined by brandi
perpetual shine upon her. >> the address by the bishop of london. and now, one of lady thatcher's favorites "in love divine, in love excelling." >> prayers led by sarah einstein, rose hudson wilson. ♪ >> "love divine, all loves exceling" written by charles wesley, music by john zundel. ♪ love divine all loves exceling joy of the heaven, to earth come down fix in us thy humble dwelling all thy faithful miller sizz crown! jesus thou art all compassion, pure, unbounded love thou art visit us with thy salvation enter every trembling heart breathe o breathe thy loving spirit into every troubled breast let us all in thee inherit let us find that second rest take away our bent to sinning alpha and omega be end of faith at its beginning set our hearts at liberty come, almighty to deliver let us all thy life receive suddenly return and never nevermore thy temples leave thee we would be always blessing serve thee as thy hosts above pray and praise thee without ceasing glory in thy perfect love. finish, then, thy new creation pure and spotless let us be let us see thy great salvation perfectly re
to scheduling conflict, supervisor london breed will probably be arriving later and will make her welcoming remarks towards the end of the program. following the invocation by reverend harlan jones, nor a griffin will make a presentation, a dramatic presentation on the negro national anthem which will be followed by the singing of the negro national anthem. with that, i'd like to ask reverend jones if he would come forward for the invocation. (applause) >> let us bow our heads. unite our hearts in prayer. eternal god, creator of the world, sustainer of life and lord of history, thou art great and beyond our power to fully know or comprehend. so, god, we come today to give you thanks for both the ordinary and extraordinary mercies of our lives. we thank you for the gift of living in a city where the richness and diversity of races and cultures is celebrated. and as we begin this celebration of african-american history month, we remember with fondness those who worked and sacrificed to make a life for themselves and their people. we remember those who marched, who sat in, who were jailed and
taking place at st. paul's cathedral in london. in 1995 she came to our c-span studios for one of two interviews. we also interviewed her in 1993. the second part of that was her path to power, when she talked about life growing up outside london, daughter of a grocer, the influence her parents had on her early childhood. [video clip] >> i said to my father one sunday evening that my friends are going for a walk and i would like to go with them. do you do me -- things just because other people do them? that is a very bad thing to do. do not just be one of a crowd. very tough advice. i did not go out for that walk. be bewitched by public opinion polls. they changed very quickly. you believe and why. and how you're going to implement your ideas. then my father would say something else. if you set your head to a task, you must complete it. is easy enough to get a job. harder to see it through. i think in those terms. host: barbara thatcher, her book, "path to power," came out in 1985. we have more than 100 events with margaret thatcher in our c- span video library, available .nline at c-
. flowers began to be left outside her london home after the news broke at lunchtime that she died at the age of 87, following a stroke. flags were lowered to half mast, this is the passing of no ordinary politician. friend spoke not just of their great sadness but of their real shock, even after years of serious illness. >> i got the call this morning. they asked me to put a statement out confirming it to the world. that is what i did. >> the former prime minister died here at the london ritz hotel where she lives since christmas. barriers have been erected to give her privacy at the start of what may be her final journal -- journey through she flew home from an official trip to madrid and canceled a trip to paris. tonight he paid tribute to a woman he said had not just led the country but had saved it. >> for many of us, she was and is an inspiration. for others she was a force to be defined against. if there is one thing that cut through all of this, one thing that runs through everything that she did, it was her lionhearted love of this country. she was the patriot prime minist
yard is on high alert as margaret thatcher is laid to rest. we'll go live to london. >>> plus, former south carolina governor mark sanford is in the hot seat again. we'll tell you why when "early today" returns. here are some other stories we're following this morning. nbc news capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell reporting the gang of eight senators' new bill has been filed. the bill would create a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented individuals currently living in the u.s. >>> former south carolina governor mark sanford is being accused of trespassing at the home of his ex-wife. he's ordered to appear at a hearing next month two days after a special congressional election. sanford is trying to revive his political career after it was derailed by an extramarital affair that ended his marriage. >>> and new zealand has become the 13th country in the world and the first in the asia-pacific region to legalize same-sex marriage. hundreds of gay rights advocates celebrated the 77-55 vote last night outside of parliament there. >>> the heightened state of alert after t
for margaret thatcher has just ended in london. her body lay overnight in parliament. the procession traveled through central london to st. paul's cathedral. large crowds gathered along the route. 4000 police officers were on duty. a funeral service with military honors was held in st. paul's cathedral. world leaders were among 2300 guests. current prime minister david cameron and tyler the queen were there. the second time the queen has attended a funeral of a british prime minister. correspondent is joining us from london. a lot of opinions we have been hearing over the past week about lady thatcher and's legacy and similar divisions over the cost and the size of the funeral and its appropriateness pin these times of austerity -- in these times. >> divisive in death as she was in life. there's been a lot of debate in the last week about the arrangements for her funeral. the cost will not be revealed until afterwards by the government. estimates are anything up to about $15 million. ,his has outraged her opponents political opponents in particular, will feel at a time of austerity that it is
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